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How To Talk Like A Maoist General

If you’re in the job market today, you might have noticed that every employer is looking for leadership skills. You also might find that your potential superiors insist on comparing the boardroom to a battlefield, but quoting Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in business school is so passé. To stand out and bring real…

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How To Talk Like A Maoist General

If you’re in the job market today, you might have noticed that every employer is looking for leadership skills. You also might find that your potential superiors insist on comparing the boardroom to a battlefield, but quoting Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in business school is so passé. To stand out and bring real…

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How To Talk Like A Maoist General

If you’re in the job market today, you might have noticed that every employer is looking for leadership skills. You also might find that your potential superiors insist on comparing the boardroom to a battlefield, but quoting Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in business school is so passé. To stand out and bring real…

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Perceiving the Sounds of the Village

While interning at a clothing company in the summer of 2015, young artist Sylvan Shan lost on her way after buying vegetables after work one day, and discovered a hidden community in the heart of Shenzhen: Gangxia village. Inspired by her adventure, Shan has completed a series of film photography titled “Guan Shi Yin,” which…

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Show of the Week: Informal Talks

Isn’t it exciting to have 11 young guys from all over the world sit together, debating over hottest social issues in fluent Mandarin? Don’t you feel hot under the collar when they post cute photos together on social media, then sit down to tear apart stereotypes and political tensions between their respective countries on TV?…

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TWCC79 – Should You Make a Travel List?, Episode 79

This week our question comes from China Bob, who asks us “Should you make a list of places to visit in China?” If you want to ask us a question just go to our voicemail page and leave us your question! In This Episode We Talk About… A review from MusicCritic8390 Elderly man shows off…

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Six Chinese TV Series You Shouldn’t Miss

Many students ask me if there is a more entertaining way to learn Chinese, since the regular learning can sometimes get a little boring. Well, there is such a way, and that is learning the language through Chinese TV series. Watching TV shows can teach students a myriad of popular and authentic words or sentences…

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Quote from the book of Esther #Chinese #bilingual #comics #postitnotes for such a time as this…

Quote from the book of Esther #Chinese #bilingual #comics #postitnotes for such a time as this… via Instagram Like what you see? Follow us on Instagram or Twitter or both! Share/Bookmark Source: Influenceur Chinois Permalink: Quote from the book of Esther #Chinese #bilingual #comics #postitnotes for such a time as this… Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email

Why you shouldn’t study single kanji in Japanese (when it’s not a high frequency word)

Here is a question from a fellow Skritterer, regarding the definition for 界: Shouldn’t the description “border, boundary, mental state” be for 境, not 界? They both have the same reading of “さかい” but the only meaning my kanji dictionary lists for 界 is “world.” That’s the correct definition for that reading, (界 and さかい), however…

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Peking Opera

The Chinese capital is famous for lots of things – the Great Wall, roast duck, and of course, Peking opera (京剧 – jīng jù). It has a long history and is thought of as a cultural treasure of China. Performers wear elaborate and colorful costumes and face paint and put on an impressive show featuring…

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